Saluting the Working Mothers!

Statistics show that the working mom is becoming the norm, rather than an exception. Now, companies are encouraged to shift practices to support working mothers toward career advancement by offering efficient options like flexible schedules and being able to work remotely. This previously untapped potential can help improve work life balance for mothers in the […]

Celebrating Rare Disease Day

In the United States, a disease is considered rare when it affects fewer than 200,000 people nationwide. They’re often unintentionally misdiagnosed and misunderstood, which can lead to treatment delays or uninformed decisions. Established in 2008, Rare Disease Day helps to bring awareness to the need for research and early diagnosis. For many people with rare […]

Celebrating Black History Month

Throughout history – and still today – certain groups of people have experienced the perils of oppression. We believe that the power of knowledge, openness, and compassion for others can remedy such negativity. In February we celebrate Black History Month with so many others. It’s a month to set aside specifically to observe the several […]

Keeping Children Safe From the Dangers of Human Trafficking

In honor of National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, continuing the conversation about the dangers of human trafficking today is paramount. That’s why learning to recognize its subtle and specific signs can help both raise awareness and prevent it from happening. Keeping our youth safe and out of harm’s way is an incredible feat […]

ALC Schools Introduces Service Provider Portal

Denver, January 12, 2022 – Alternative student transportation company ALC Schools (ALC) today announced the launch of the ALC Schools Provider Portal, a new tool that provides the special needs transportation innovator’s nationwide network of transportation service providers with the ability to simplify and streamline their operations and achieve greater visibility into the business they […]

National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month

On January 1, 1863, the Emancipation Proclamation was signed by Abraham Lincoln to end the burden of slavery within the United States. Congress officially enacted the proclamation in 1865, however incidences of modern slavery still exists today. According to the U.S. Department of States’ fact sheet, it is estimated that more than 24.9 million adults […]